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New web service launched

Surrey heritage information and archival collections are now a mouse click away.

Surrey Heritage Services has upgraded its collections database software to a new version with web-based research capability. Researchers are now able to search documentary heritage and material cultural collections online to learn more about the history and development of Surrey. 

The new Minisis MINT system has been launched for online search enquiries through the city’s heritage web page www.heritage.surrey.ca

Visitors can access the Heritage Facilities link and select the Surrey Archives and Museums Online Access SAMOA option. 

Minisis is a leading software company with database applications in North America, Europe and the Middle East.  With heritage collections online, researchers no longer have to travel miles or spend hours on the phone with curators and archivists to discover heritage treasures tucked away in storage vaults. 

To find out more about Surrey’s heritage collections visit www.

surrey.heritage.ca

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